well, then at the very least I would expect a proper tutorial on how exactly it’s supposed to work. Because the screenshot that was provided is anything but self-explanatory. And judging from many of the other threads, I’m not the only one who see’s it this way.
Basically, there’s absolutely no benefit in doing it this way because it requires tons of manual labor which completely defeats the purpose of having a tool in the first place.
Agreed, this solution doesn’t feel much better than keeping track of your NFTs and tax via a google sheets or similar.
I’ve just tried to use it and as far as I can tell it renders your portfolio tracking pretty useless as it keeps the purchase price as the current value unless you have more data recently with how much that NFT/custom coin is worth. Which obviously unless you buy/sell one from the same collection you won’t have. So it will show the value when you bought it until it’s sold.
I can live with not being able to track the portfolio in real-time as long as my buy and sell activity is properly reflected and I don’t have to input all the data manually. I already do that in Excel simply because Accointing hasn’t added a usable NFT feature yet (despite promising it for over half a year).
I want to be able to hand over a single report to the tax authorities. Having a separate assessment in Excel is neither good nor does it come across as particularly legitimate.